With over 8 billion video views per day, Facebook Live has taken off in a big way. If your marketing strategy includes a more personal connection with your audience it would serve you well to use this powerful tool. Here are the 6 steps to going live as well as some tips to help you make your experience better.
Here are some quick tips on how to use your Facebook feed effectively. Remember to customize these things to your industry. For example, some industries should be using a 90/10 rule instead of a 80/20, it just depends on the target audience.
Facebook has the potential to boost your business or to be a big drain on your resources. How you engage with your audience will determine your success. Keep these numbers in mind as you craft your Facebook Strategy (you do have a strategy, right?).
We have all been told at one time or another that we need to be marketing on Facebook. Why do we keep getting told that? Is it really that important to an overall marketing strategy to include Facebook? The short answer is YES! It’s just too big to ignore at the moment. Here are some stats to shed light on why you shouldn’t ignore the elephant in the social media room.
Networking is definitely an investment. You need to put the effort in to get the results out later. However, unlike money, it is not a zero sum game. Multiple people can pull out more than they put in if they invested wisely. Make sure you deposit all you are able to and you will get better results. Don’t keep score, just keep helping and it will all turn out in your favor.
The Golden Rule of Networking: Don’t Keep Score. Great advice and the only way to approach networking events. If you worry about who owes you then you don’t get the point of networking. If you approach networking with a service attitude you will get more out of it. Relax, have fun, help out your fellow humans. It will increase your networking capital more than keeping score.
One of the requirements of networking is to meet people. In fact, that is the definition of networking. But where do you find people to network with? Here are 10 suggestions for locations to find potential clients. Make sure you aren’t just showing up to pitch, that’s sales. Network, meet, listen.